Romain de Papé

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The way in which orthodontic patients swallow poses a major problem during treatment, especially for long-term stability of the end result. If clinical diagnosis of atypical swallowing performed in an empirical manner by the practitioner, aided or not by rehabilitation devices, has been the subject of numerous studies, surface electromyography seems to(More)
Neutron diffraction and EXAFS experiments have been made on fluoride glasses "PbMnFeF.," and "Pb^MnFeFg" to provide informations about the magnetic short range order of pairs M-M (M = Mn"", Fe3) and the local environment of Mn and Fe3. The magnetic correlation function shows in both glasses prevailing strong antiferromagnetic first neighbour interaction at(More)
The development of three-dimensional radiological techniques generating low levels of radiation, like computed tomography and positron emission tomography with cone beam, has made it possible for orthodontists to utilize three dimensional cephalometry for certain complex clinical cases instead of conventional two dimensional imagery. Nevertheless, these new(More)
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